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Not all drinks are packaged equally. With Perrier, you can take advantage of that by adding a little impromptu ambiance to any date. Throw a rose into a Perrier bottle and have yourself a darling centerpiece in the center of town. Check out perrier.com and get inspired.

Perrier is a sugar-free and calorie-free sparkling natural mineral water. Perrier flavors include: Original, Lemon, Lime, Pink Grapefruit, Green Apple and L’Orange.

Learn more about superfluous plastic and how it's impacting your health and the environment. With some small changes you can reduce…

8 Way to Use Less Plastic

VIDEO: Sustainability simply explained through animation.

Watch this short animated movie explaining sustainability created for RealEyes by Igloo Animations

Denim from recycled ocean plastic

Denim from recycled ocean plastic

Australian Marine Conservation Society-Sending an SOS to save our marine sanctuaries, petition pls sign, Abbotts reviewing their protected status

Australian Marine Conservation Society Our key focus is to create large marine national parks (marine sanctuaries), make our fisheries sustainable and protect and recover our threatened ocean wildlife, such as our sharks, seals and whales.

The Sea Turtle Conservancy estimates there are currently 85,000 to 90,000 nesting green sea turtles worldwide. Between 200 and 1,000 of those nest on beaches in the U.S. Numbers are quickly declining, despite efforts being made. Populations were at its best when numbers of individuals were in the millions. Experts estimate that in the past 120 to 140 years numbers have declined by 48 to 67 percent. Each year only an estimated one in 1,000 to 10,000 hatchlings will survive to adulthood.

Approximately threatened sea turtles are killed around the world each year -- and that's counting only the ones captured legally, according to a new study from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom.

Our oceans are threatened every day. Here's a look at the biggest problems and what we can do about them.

Why our seas are collapsing [Infographic]

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